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YOUNGSTERS at St Andrew's Benn Primary School in Rugby will help to design a train at a challenge day at the Chester Street school tomorrow.

With the help of engineering students from Rugby College the youngsters will be asked to contribute design ideas for a train and test it in a wind tunnel.

The invitation came from Warwickshire Education Business Partnership's Science and Technology Regional Organisation team.

The pupils will also be asked to draw up ideas for bridges, roof structures, and a self-righting buoy.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Feb 14, 2000
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